Seaport of Singapore
The Port of Singapore, with the code SGSIN, is located in Singapore. It handles maritime trade and dispatch of goods from Singapore. It is the second busiest port in the world. The port dispatches goods to over 600 other ports and ensures connections with 123 countries. It transports goods to 6 continents. It is a crucial economic center for the country, since Singapore lacks land and natural resources. Thanks to the port, it is possible to conduct effective import of natural resources, and then to dispatch them as processed products to other countries. As a result, Singapore’s economy can thrive properly. Ships can refill their water and food supplies at this port. The port has a container terminal equipped with 52 berthing spots. The waterfront is 15,550 meters long, with an area of 550 hectares. Maximum draft is 16 meters. There are 32 employees at the port. In 2013, 32.2 million TEU was dispatched and accepted.
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Shipowners supports port Pasir Gudang: APL, Appenship, China Shipping, CMA / CGM, COSCO, Ecu-Line, Evergreen, Hanjin, Hapag Lloyd, Hatsu Marine Limited, Hyundai, K-Line, MISC, MOL, NYK, OWL, UASC, Unithai, WANHAI, Yang Ming, ZIM.